Carolyn Amadio

October 5, 1949 - September 16, 2020

10/05/1949 - 09/16/2020

Past Services

Cemetery
Saturday September 26, 2020
10:00 am
Powhatan Cemetery
Powhatan Point, Ohio 43942
Directions
Service
Saturday September 26, 2020
10:00 am
Powhatan Cemetery
Powhatan Point, Ohio 43942
Directions

Carolyn Amadio, 70, passed away suddenly at her home in Shadyside, Ohio. She was born in Bellaire, Ohio on October 5, 1949 to Henry and Mary (DeFelice) Amadio, who preceded her in death.

She graduated from Shadyside High School, Ohio University and West Virginia University. Carolyn spent her entire career with the Bellaire City Schools as a teacher. She enjoyed traveling, reading and spending time with her friends.

Carolyn is survived by her brother, Phil (Julie) Amadio of Northwood, Ohio, aunt, Jean DeFelice of Peabody, Massachusetts and goddaughter, Bre Lappert. She is also survived by Michael and Missy Lappert and their daughters, Miranda Panetta and Bre, whom Carolyn loved and considered family.

Per Carolyn’s wishes graveside services will be held at the Powhatan Cemetery in Powhatan Point, Ohio on Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 10 am with Fr. Timothy J. Shannon officiating.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Elks National Foundation Scholarship or the Belmont County Salvation Army by going to TMCFunding.com.

Arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 3900 Central Avenue Shadyside, Ohio.

Share your thoughts and memories with Carolyn’s family at www.bauknechtaltmeyer.com.

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EMILY TAYLOR
1 year ago

Ms. Amidio was a great woman and teacher, she will be dearly missed.

Rose Zelkowski
2 years ago

Rest in peace my friend. May God wrap his loving arms around you.

Jacquie Crooks Jochumsen
2 years ago

As we said goodbye to you early Saturday morning, standing with some of my classmates of so long ago, how honored I am that we remained friends this long. We shared so many wonderful memories of our 2 years we had with you Miss Amadio. One was, how none of us, could even think of calling you by your first name after we grew up, to us we consider it to be disrespectful. You taught us that, you taught us so much more than books could hold. You took teaching to the next level, you were certainly before your time. I will take the liberty and speak for your “1st class at West Bellaire “ and thank you for loving us the way you did. We are forever grateful, until we meet again, watch over us♥️

Sara Bauknecht
2 years ago

I was fortunate to have had the opportunity to be a student in Ms. Amadio’s class. I still remember those days at Gravel Hill. Thank you, Ms. Amadio, for the impact you made in so many students’ lives. Peace be with her friends and family.

Barbara Meeker Hores
2 years ago

Dear Phil and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Carolyn was a lovely person and will be sadly missed by many.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Diane Robbins
2 years ago

Rest In Peace

Brenda Rogerson
2 years ago

Phil. I am sorry to read of your sister’s passing. I cannot believe that we are the ages we are. Where has the time gone. I continue to work as an SLP in Memphis TN. 44 years since Ohio University days. I hope that you are doing well except for this loss. May you find some peace now and may your memories bring you comfort.

Cheryl Eimer
2 years ago

Carolyn, we will always remember you from our days in school, and our sons. Love, The Eimer Family, Richard and Cheryl

Sarah (Beth) Coss Loeffler MSW
2 years ago

I have the distinction of being a member of Miss Amadio’s first class (1971) of her distinguished career with the Bellaire City School System. I reaped the benefits of her tutelage in fourth and fifth grades, high school, and early adulthood. Miss Amadio made quite an impression on my nine years younger sister Amy Loslo when she was three years old. Although the three year old Amy wasn’t able to pronounce “Miss Amadio” my family and I knew who she was referencing when she said “Miss Seeno Deeno”. Miss Amadio paid her respects when Amy passed unexpectedly in 2008 at the age of 37. I will never forget her commitment to academic excellence or her investment in her students. Miss Amadio is a teacher and friend who will be missed by many.

Lori Weis
2 years ago

Phil, so sorry for the loss of your sister. Our sincere condolences. Lori & Ron